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'You have to be in it to win it!'
The next draw will take place at the Big Breakfast (8.30am-1pm), Sunday 18th December 2016, so there's still time to buy your units.

To purchase a unit please contact the Promoter — Mrs Myfanwy Ashton on 251877.
Any person aged 18 and over may purchase any number of Units at a cost of £10.00 per unit per year and this entitles entry to two half yearly draws. On each occasion 13 prizes are drawn — one of these prizes being a big one.
50% of subscriptions is returned as prizes and the other 50% is used to help fund repairs and improvements to the Village Hall
Please help to support your Village Hall — you might be a winner!

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